The Association of Pension Trustees and Administrators of Kenya (APTAK) has, today, been launched at an unveiling ceremony held in Nairobi.

APTAK is a consortium of pension administrators and trustees in Kenya. The Association seeks to provide a multi-stakeholder platform for deliberations, discussions, and consultations on prudent trusteeship and administration as well as make recommendations if any to the Retirement Benefits Authority (RBA).

“Since its inception, the Association of Pension Trustees and Administrators of Kenya has been at the forefront of championing and fostering transparency, good governance, and application of best practices in the retirement benefits trusteeship, administration, and management amongst its members,” said APTAK President, Hosea Kili, OGW during the launch ceremony that took place at the Sarova Panafric, Nairobi.

APTAK’s membership comprises individuals, students studying pension administration and/or management, Administrators and retirement benefits schemes registered under the Retirement Benefits Act, and other interested individuals who qualify to be members.

“Our aim is to provide a forum for dialogue among all retirement benefits Trustees and administrators so as to facilitate discussion on matters of common interest to members. We also seek to encourage and assist, where possible, joint retirement benefits Trustees and administration researches or other matters of interest to the Association or to her members as well as avail opportunities for communication, dissemination of information, networking, and partnership amongst members and other regional and international retirement benefits Trustees and administrators,” said the Association’s Secretary-General – Boniface Mwangangi.